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close to 100 phone calls to this phone back and forth to john. >> but he did love her. >> i told some people at the clinic, i wish i had someone who looked at me the way john looked at sues youan. >> the question for the jury was, did he love her to death? >> the motive was love lost. >> solving the valentine's day mystery. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> thanks for joining us, i'm ann curry. that kind of thing almost never happens in a real trial. it did in the trial you're about to see. one last unexpected twist with a case you're about to see. starting with a murder on valentine's day. here's dennis murphy. ♪ >> reporter: a dozen roses, check. how about a candlelit dinner and a champagne toast to love? isn't that what valentine's day is supposed to be about? we all know red is for the ribbon on the box of chocolate not for the pool of blood in the master bath. maybe chicago gangsters get killed on valentine's day but not pretty doctors' wives in oklahoma city. >> it was huge. it had all of the appeal a romance novel gone bad. it was the high society doctor marri
for the latest results. wanda sykes is here tomorrow night, and right now it is john robertson with "ac 360." john? >> than you, larry. big night for you as primary results come in across the country. former presidential candidate john mccain fighting to keep his seat in arizona and sarah palin endorsement factor, and will the mama grizzlies roar tonight. and two billionaires, yes, billionaires running in florida and spending billions of their own dollars. we will see what it brought them. >>> and shirley sherrod saying thanks, but no thanks to her old job in the government. see what she has to say about that and why she said no to her old job and why she plans to sue. that the big "360 interview." >>> and why not wyclef? we will ask wyclef jean about why he is not being am loued to run for president, and why he will fight to be on the ballot. >>> and john king is doing the honors the night, and he will be drilling down into the numbers looking for clues to voter behavior tonight, an into november. right now, he is joining us from washington with the latest. hey, john? >> a consequential ni
for the latest results. wanda sykes is here tomorrow night. now, john at ac "360." >> good evening, john roberts here for special coverage tonight. the latest, cnn is predicting a winner in florida's gop governor's primary and expecting to hear a victory speech. and bill mccollum came out and said, it will be a long night and go to the wee hours of the morning and maybe didn't know what you know. >> cnn has scrubbed the numbers pretty good and checked in with our sources and are projecting rick scott, a businessman, conservative, ran a health care company, anti-abortion, challenged the obama health care law, supports the arizona immigration law and says maybe florida needs something like that. rick scott will be the republican gubernatorial nomination. bill mccollum was his opponent, a former congressman. 47% for rick scott and 73% for mccollum and 92% of the precincts are in, we are projecting rick scott the winner of this race, a consequential re-election against democrat alex sink in the race for florida governor. on the democratic side, congressman kendrick meek overcoming huge spending by j
of public works, the art commission, john thomas from the department of public works. i could go on forever. but the individuals who all made this the possibility are on the laguna honda honor roll. but i truly believe that the greatest degree of thanks and goes to the people of san francisco, who from the start, from our early beginning of history, have said yes. we want a laguna honda. other communities across this country and even in the world do not have a public hospital devoted to rehabilitation and skilled nursing care. we do. and when we talk about putting that bond issue, that great big bond issue -- there were people who said i do not think we can do it. but i always knew we could. and the secret weapon was always the families of those for whom at laguna honda has cared for for so long over the years with the great quality of care that we have. and the voters did vote overwhelmingly to rebuild laguna honda. so for those naysayers in other parts of the country who say, "maybe san francisco once knew how to do it," i say we still do. we have still got the passion, the dedication, th
and if it doesn't do everything you ask it to ... bring it back. ♪ ram. >>> what a show, john voight he is here to talk about the tea party and an incredible story. one that quite frankly, if you made this stuff up, nobody would believe it but it's a powerful story that is true about politics and ethics, some of the most unpleasant stories but we'll talk about find out when andrew and sherry young tell us the story as they were witnesses to john edwards undoing. that is also going to be on our show. an dries drew has written the book called "the politician." what about the treaty that has been signed this week? casey mcfarland we'll talk about that, does it make you safer or not. and by popular demand, kelly wright is back me and little rockers will rock your world with a steve miller classic. all of that on huckabee. glad to have you with us. [ applause ] >> tonight we also have some very tragic news, many of you may remember it was just a few weeks ago when my friend country music superstar was here and he sang the emotional story of his little granddaughter haley. i'm say l
each day with a prayer and end it with a probe. i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. we have john heilemann, norah o'donnell and kelly o'donnell and "newsweek"'s howard fineman. barack obama has past his 49 birthday and he is president and he is one lucky guy. remember obama won his first race in the u.s. senate just six years ago. republicans ended up with alan keyes. mccain who had been a strong candidate faded in defending the bush record. and this year, while the numbers don't look good for the democrats. the g.o.p. could be split between the tea party candidates and the regular party. and that obama luck may hold when he runs again in 2012. modren persidents have one strike in terms unless they face a commanding opponent. john, he has been lucky? >> he has been lucky, but one exception, hillary clinton, who is a rival when he ran for the nomination. right now, it's fascinating. you think of obama's approval rating has fallen and yet over the course of the first 18 months, unlike in past presidential elections, you don't see republicans out there. there have been two, mitt rom
>> evening. tonight kicks off a special week. tavis: this marks the release of john mellencamps album. we'll hear the first of five new songs he's going to share with us, all this week. the new c.d. was recorded in historic places throughout the american south, including the first african baptist church in savannah, georgia and sun studios in memphis. the disk is in stores tomorrow. later on the performance of the first single, save some time. glad you joined us, a conversation with a rock and roll hall-of-famer. the first of five performances this week. >> three months ago, on the other end, john mellencamp calling me to ask if i would consider doing something special on the show in conjunction with the release of his new record. took me three seconds or less to say yes to his being on the show tonight and for that matter, every night this week. in addition to his new c.d., no better than this, he's about to celebrate the 25th anniversary, hard to believe, 25 years of farm aid, the fund-raising concerts have raised millions over the years, with this year's event being held in m
and washington. joining me this week are john donnelley, lauren thompson, john barry, and john bennett. gentlemen, welcome to the show. let's start off with the number of reports that are crashing down and the strength in washington about spending me defense. defense secretary gates has announced a plan to save $100 billion over the coming five years. the defense business board is trying to fuel the debate by suggesting that the joint forces command be closed and 100,000 civilian jobs be gotten rid of. an alternative qdr panel comes out and says we oughta spend more me defense? >> you'll see less money for defense. with a five-year defense plan later in theory, uh, 1% increase in the, in the out years, i don't know anybody who agrees it'll happen. the best it'll be is zero, the best that could happen is level. as for the panel saying we should spend anything, everybody says it won't go anywhere. report of the deficit commission run by simpson and bowl. they're going to say we have to get the deficit down. >> i agree, when you said they're cutting $100 billion out of 2012 to 2016 budget, that's ju
project manager, joe connors. thank you and john predecessor stole away from us, michael lane. thank you, michael, wherever you are. lastly, my personal reflection on this building. this building, to me, is truly a monument to the tremendous capacity of generosity in the heart of sentences go. the voters of san francisco in their great willingness to support this facility will always have this hospital as a sign of their willingness to help those most in need. these neighborhoods that surround this facility, i think, consider laguna honda at their private treasure. we really do look at this hospital as our own. we love this hospital. we have great care and great love for the residents of this hospital. on behalf of the neighboring residents, to all of the current residents of the hospital, this is for you. we are thrilled we were able to do this for you. thank you, everyone. [applause] >> the work of the health department would never be possible without its commission. the commission is the governing body. you have been around to this project long enough to see some fantastic commissione
was an impressive man, the neighbor. his name was john tennie, a 65-year-old oil exploration scientist with a ph.d from m.i.t. a korean war vet, a former college professor, a world traveling consultant. he soon fit right in, joined a local church, befriended down hill neighbors, got involved in local conservation efforts. >> he just loved carmel valley. when you see wild spaces like that you want to preserve them. >> this is john's daughter. though you can probably tell from her accent that she is not a california girl. fascinating, isn't it, how fate can dictate the shape of a life? and that is part of our story, too. it was serendipity as much as anything that produced the conditions, the isolation, without which none of this would have happened. john happened to be at a conference in new york years ago. he met a woman there, a doctor, a european doctor. and since john kenny could do his work anywhere, that's how he became john kenny of france. here in this ancient city, kenny and his wife maria, the gynecologist, raised their two adopted daughters, who in their way adored him. >> well, my fat
drugs and other contraband. and john fisher, special agent internal affairs for the tennessee department of corrections. all four star in the new a & e documentary series "the squad: prison police." and when it comes to investigating crimes, police have it tough enough on the outside. on the inside, it's a whole other story. watch jason and john at work. this is a clip from "the squad." >> jason, he's my boss. he's hard on me. for the record, he's about six pounds more than i am. the relationship i have with john fisher is beyond just a professional one. we're also friends. we keep each other straight. i give him a hard time every chance i get. and if i've gone more than a day or two without giving him a hard time, i come up with a reason. >> john can work them out, too. >> yeah, this place -- very health conscience. they're of similar stature, we say. a bright light behind them and looking at the silhouette, you wouldn't though them apart. >> jerry, you're the director of this program. what is it, the group of you do? >> well, the department of correction, internal affairs division, is
the political establishment not the outsiders have a leg up today. arizona, john mccain appears to be poised for victory but it came with a price. kelly o'donnell's live in arizona. winning ugly comes to mind, kelly. >> reporter: well, chuck, one of the analysts i talked to here watching this race day by day says that john mccain didn't just want to win, he wanted to pummel and crush his opponent. i asked mccain that directly, too. he said, no, no, no. he's spent more than $20 million and back in the early part of this year, he was one of those incumbents identified as being potentially vulnerable and a very aggressive candidate in j.d. hayworth, a radio talk show host who had served six terms in congress and he was pounding mccain every day on the radio show, mostly talking about the issue of immigration while things changed over the course of these months and mccain has tried to do everything he could to make j.d. hayworth an unappealing choice to voters here. and when i talked to people, sometimes they'll say they're not that crazy about mccain but they don't want hayworth and they accoun
. senator john mccain has made a hard move to the right to counter former congressman j.d. haywor hayworth. mccain has a 20-point lead after spending $21 million on the primary battle alone. the tea party favorite isn't going down without a fight. nbc's kelly o'donnell is live in phoenix and interviewed john mccain. what's the senator have to say about this big move on immigration? >> reporter: well, john mccain bristles when he's challenged about moving hard to the right. that's criticism he's been taking for quite a while now and he argues against it. it's a more nuance position. in interviewing him i think he threaded a needle perhaps. what he basically is saying is that he's always supported trying to have a secure border fence. that's his view. and that now his emphasis has changed. that's his word. emphasis has changed to be more focused on what the people of arizona want because of changing conditions. back in 2006 when he worked with ted kennedy to try to create comprehensive immigration reform including a path to citizenship, he said times have changed. the people of arizona want
framed by these big questions. is tonight's john mccain's last stand or yet another new beginning? is the tea party losing steam? and are republicans ready to govern? that question is front and center tonight, exactly ten weeks until all of america votes. the man who would be the speaker of the house if the republicans win big delivered what was billed as a major speech today. most of his ideas were familiar. and this was gop leader john boehner's big headline. >> president obama should ask for and accept the res ig vision of remaining members of the economic team starting with secretary geithner, larry summer, the head of the national economic council. >> president obama was on vacation. it was left to the vice president to deliver the scornful rebuttal >>. >> for eight xwreefrs we arrived in the west wing, mr. boehner ran the economy into the ground. >> your choices will shape the national debiefrts taxes, spending or to repeal or change any new health care law. what will we learn? let's begin with democratic strategist james carville. and with me, john avalon, author of "wing n
. wasn't easy.john mccain is one who was able to buck the trend, but it wasn't easy. his big victory last night came after he tre transformed n immigration. harder line conservative, especially on immigration. >> and complete the dang fence. andenator, you're one of us. >> reporter: and it is not over senator, you'r miller's lead is now down to >> reporter: isut 1. 1,5000 votes. are still morere are still more than 7,000 absentee ballots to ballots to be counted. so, we may not know the results two now, we are told, for two nail-bit even longer than that. >> nail-biting time for the >>> murkowski team. thank you, jon karl. as y >>> and we turn next to iraq. as you know, the u.s. is pulling at combat troops. the president giving a big speech about it next week. s t today, insurgents reminded are still hey are still there, nd still brutal. they launched attack after ttack across the country, aiming their bombs at iraqi qildiers and police now taking e er from the americans. at least 56 were killed. ris our dan harris was with some american forces when the word it came in the bloody assault
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quote >> yeah. >> all other things republicans could be talking about and both john boehner over the weekend and mitch mcconnell, economy, jobs, deficit. it's clear their research shows on those few related issues, not the social issues. >> we talked about that. they win on that. >> yeah. >> when the republicans talk about gay marriage and abolishing the 14th amendment and talking about abolishing, the first amendment and mosques angle things like that they are off message. >> they don't need it. >> is that the shortest seat or what? you're like a jockey! didn't i see you riding secretariat back in '73? >> it's insulting enough i have to sit next to you. >> he's at the little kids' table! look at this! >> t.j., good job again, buddy. does anybody work here? >> seriously! >> hi to come in and turn the lights on this morning. >> you turned the corner at belmont. >> and turned on the coffee pot. >> and you never went to the whip. that's the thing. i would have gone to the whip. you didn't go to the whip on secretariat. >> when your 31 lights up, you don't need it. >> like the yankee
. with major funding from the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation. helping to build a more just world. and additional funding from the park foundation. committed to raising public awareness. >> tonight on frontline, the battle over the power of the presidency and a new way ofg@ looking at the constitution. >> they believe that a president could do as he liked even if congress, even if the supreme court said he couldn't. >> for three decades, vice president dick cheney led a secretive and bitter behd- + presidential power. >> he believes that the president should have the final word, indeed the only word, on all matters within the executive branch. >> after 9/11, there were enhanced presidential powers to detain, render, interrogate,j]y wiretap. >> mr. president, it is time to have some checks and balances in this country! >> it's a direct showdown constitutionally between the president and congress. >> the latest clash is over secret justice department findings authorizing the cia to engage in the harshest interrogation techniques ever. >> mr. president, we are a democracy! >> frontli
to her. and how she feels right now about the man who betrayed her. you love john? the resilient elizabeth edwards is next -- on "larry king live." >> larry: it's a great pleasure to welcome back to "larry king live" one of my favorite people, elizabeth edwards, the author of the number-one "new york times" best-seller "resilience, reflections on the burdens and gifts of facing life's adversities." it's now out in paperback. with a very candid and compelling new afterword. elizabeth is a senior fellow at the center for american progress, working on health care issues. it's always good to see her. you look so good. you got to tell me, how are you feeling? >> i feel great actually. you know, i'm always going to have some sort of treatment. i'm on chemotherapy now. had chemotherapy this morning, as a matter of fact, in north carolina. sometimes the treatment gets you down, but the disease is not getting me down. >> larry: what does the chemo do? you're in stage 4, right? >> i'm stage 4. the chemo i'm taking right now actually has a lot of effect on my blood. so i'm not supposed to c
argue with what he says. >> john mccain did win an impressive victory. j.d. hayworth was within single digits of him in the spring. john mccain pull together a formula which is make your opponent the issue. point out every fall, fogle, and flaw that j.d. hayworth had. fortunately for john mccain, it was not just a few. j.d. hayworth came with a lot of baggage not the least of which was our good friend the republican lobbyist -- jack abramoff. >> a game and this race would help john mccain spin off his talents from the right from j.d. hayworth and that is sarah palin. she went to arizona and spoke up for john mccain. that underscores the point i make about sarah palin being a political force but an intellectual force in the republican party. >> he is trying to bait made. i will not take the bait. >> far be it from me to do that. >> john mccain had dallied for a long time. he was the man in the middle the work of kennedy and feingold and he ran right. this year, if you run to the right, you generally win if there is no ideological difference as in the gubernatorial race in florida. scot
basketball player gun down in baltimore city are coming together to remember his life. 17-year-old john carter was shot in the back as he walked his sister's friend and a cousin home from an independence day party. -- john crowder. after his murder, his coach spoke about what made him special. >> he is the type of person that once you meet john carter, you remember him. -- john crowder. i think that speaks to him as a person, and that is the kind of person he was. >> tonight the school is holding up -- a prayer service to remember crowder. >> we had a couple of rain showers move to the area, one this morning and one this afternoon. rainfall totals were generally less than 1 inch, but at some cases three-quarters of an inch. all that is left is a little bit in delaware and southern new jersey. a couple of cells have cropped up out in far western maryland, reaching down into the mounds of virginia. they are drifting eastward, but pretty isolated. the rain chances will taper off overnight tonight, but tomorrow with the cold front coming in, it may be some strong thunderstorms tomorrow afte
. >> reporter: john mccain is one who was able to buck the trend, but it wasn't easy. his big victory last night came only after he transformed himself into a harder line conservative, especially on immigration. >> and complete the dang fence. >> senator, you're one of us. >> reporter: miller's lead is about to 1,500 votes, and diane, there are still more than 7,000 ballots to be counted. so, we may not know the results here now, we are told for two weeker or longer. >> nail-biting time. thank you, jon karl. >>> and we turn next to iraq. as you know, the u.s. is pulling out combat troops. the president giving a big speech about it next week. but today, insurgents reminded the world they are still there, and still brutal. they launched attack after attack across the country, achling their bombs at iraqi soldiers and police now taking over from the americans. at least 56 were killed. and our dan harris was with some american forces when the word got out of the blood assault as it came in. >> reporter: out on a mission in mosul today with the u.s. ar's desert rogues battalion, we could hear the rep
in paperback, when i wrote the paperback, john, my husband and i were, were still together. when the paperback came out, we had separated. >> larry: publicly expect to read about it. >> if the book ended with our being together, then it wasn't -- it would be weird. it wouldn't be an accurate book. that's actually why i included a lot of the stuff in it. i wanted the book to be accurate. i didn't want it to be sensational. but i wanted it to be accurate. >> larry: but you also took out some things. >> yep. >> larry: why? >> well, in the paperback, i don't think i took out -- >> larry: well, no, some things from the original. >> right. there were things that i had that, you know, sort of were bothering me about the way the story was getting told. and, you know, so i sort of felt like i needed to answer them. i also want to move on in my life. so i don't want to answer them. i don't want to get into a shouting -- you know, the last person on "larry king" gets to tell the story, you know, of the way it is. i don't want that. i want to move on. so some things -- >> larry: you should be heard, thoug
for the city and the port as well. i do have some sad news. our friend john kitto passed away this afternoon. he is a native of san francisco. -- our friend john kitto recently passed away. he is a native of san francisco. he went off to the navy and then off to the family business at fort bragg. eventually, don and his family opened up de thel monte fish company end of the money in business at pier 45. john and his family have been a mainstay of our fish processing business at pier 45. he has been extremely instrumental in being an important part of the fish industry that ultimately got to the pier 45 area so that we could have a viable fish processing industry. he was born in san francisco in 1927. he is been married 59 years to his lovely wife mabel. he is the father of three boys and one girl. his daughter of genejanette helo run the family business in san francisco. our hearts go out to his family and his nine grandchildren. i would like to take a minute to remember john. he has not been well for a couple of months now. as been an incredible force here on the waterfront. we're very much
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